A group of SCI-Arc graduate and undergraduate students will be exhibiting their work at the school’s booth on display at the Dwell on Design 2012 conference, hosted June 22-24 at the LA Convention Center.
Recent grad Jeffrey Lam (B.Arch ‘12) will exhibit his undergraduate thesis project, 3D-on-3D (shown here), coordinated by Florencia Pita, which investigates the relationship between media and architecture, seeking to create an image of architecture, with architecture itself.
Graduate students Joseph Ramiro (M.Arch ‘13), Koho Lin (M.Arch ‘13) will show their design studio project coordinated by Tom Wiscombe, and Ryan Martinez (M.Arch ‘13) and Sophie Lauriault (M.Arch ‘13) will exhibit Patterning Projection coordinated by Elena Manferdini, both studio projects from the Generative Morphologies studio taught in Spring 2012 in the MArch 2 program.
Undergraduate students Anthony Morrey (B.Arch ‘14) and Ricardo Lledo (B.Arch ‘14) will exhibit their design proposals for a new museum in New York City, developed in their recently completed Spring design studio in the SCI-Arc BArch program.
For more info on the exhibiting schools, and to register and get tickets for Dwell on Design 2012, click HERE. (FREE student admission with verification.)